Seeing The Beatles A Hard Day’s Night was our first time to see a show at the Tivoli, which completed an extensive restoration about two years ago. Now, it’s just like stepping back in time to its original 1928 Spanish Revival charm. The original small sidewalk ticket booth, the alcove art, wrought iron balcony boxes, the red velvet curtain, and starry-sky ceiling are now pristine, and there’s a digital marquee and first-rate sound and projection systems. A volunteer crew now runs the theater, and the crowd is welcomed with opening announcements, not assaulted with advertising. Concessions are reasonably priced. It’s a unique kind of experience these days, well worth the $5 price of admission. We stayed overnight at the Canyon Inn at the nearby McCormick’s Creek State Park and were able to enjoy the park and a visit to the Owen Valley Winery the next day.
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